I have been playing FPS games for a long time, especially CSGO. Since I upgraded my broadband speed from 50mbs to 100mbs I'm experiencing "lag" issues. At first I though its my hardware, however after experiencing the lags on other 3 pcs I'm not 100% sure that is not my hardware. I recorded myself play DM and then I recorded the demo with bandicam to show you what kind of lag is it, this is the result. This is a trace-route to one of the locations of the servers I play on:
It doesn't seem like I have any packet loss either:
Welcome to the forum I'm really sorry to hear of the problems that you are experiencing when playing online. I can imagine how frustrating this must be playing an FPS with this happening. Thanks for posting up your BQM graph, it all looks ok there. I'm going to send you a PM for some additional info to help us locate you and run some checks on your connection.
Can you also confirm if you are connected wired or wireless?
(A heads up. Bumping your thread does the opposite of what you want it do do. We work off of the OP's last post so bumping your thread actually pushes it further down the list).
Thanks for responding to my PM I've been able to run a few checks on your connection and it's all looking healthy. The peak time traffic climbs a little in the evening as expected but looks ok. Is there any improvement if you put the hub into modem mode?
When I turn hub into modem mode on, the internet doesn't work at all. Which is weird because on my old hub modem mode worked perfectly fine. I would also like to add that sometimes Wi-Fi is not working, and it will stay like that until I restart the router.
Maybe there is something wrong with the hub itself?
Currently I'm playing on my 4G and I'm not experiencing any lags. So I'm 100% sure that there is something wrong either with the hub or the connection itself. I have also been trying different cables recently because I thought that maybe my cable is faulty however that was not the case.